Devour The Day originally released their debut album, Time & Pressure on May 7, 2013 and then was re-released on January 14, 2014.
They have a sort of modern Linkin Park feel to them, yet have a sound that is completely their own all at once. Almost everyone could probably find something to relate to with this album, and it may just inspire you somewhat. Lyrically, the album does seem to be driven by anger and disappointment but in the end, it finds hope.
If you find yourself needing some therapy or good feelings, turn to their tracks, "Good Man" or "Move On." "Move On" is basically saying, "I'm not done fighting" and "Good Man" comes from a place of humility, making it rather beautiful.
Then you have your fun, catchy tracks like, "Blackout", and "Respect", that will have you wandering around your home humming to yourself because they're just that catchy.
Over all, its an incredible album, which you can get now on iTunes! If you happen to get the curiosity, you can also catch them live at several festivals like XFest 2015, Rock Allegiance, Rocktober Fest, Aftershock and Knotfest! For more information, check out Devour The Day's website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
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